One of the most exquisite private social facilities on Long Island, The Seawane Club is located on the south shore in Hewlett Harbor, and has been offering full service accommodations to its members for several generations.



The country club was created on the Hewlett Estate of John N. Auerbach in 1927, who used his three-story Victorian home as the clubhouse, and named the club after the large quantities of Indian copper beads ("seawane") discovered on the vast grounds.

New Yorkers have always considered The Seawane Club a favorite resting place and gave special attention to its destiny. In 1960, residents of Hewlett Harbor purchased the club from its remaining members and turned it into an exclusive private, member-owned golf and country club.

In the spring of 1994, The Seawane Club underwent vast renovations and, in within one decade, won the New York State Sportswriters Association (NYSSWA) Golf Club of the Year award. It has prospered ever since.

The Seawane Difference

From the beautiful clubhouse that overlooks the extensively renovated 18-hole golf course to the state-of-the-art health club open seven days a week, today the club is known for its impressive amenities, including:

  • Fine dining
  • Outstanding 18-hole golf course
  • Magnificent pool facility
  • Eight (8) pristine tennis courts
  • Superb athletic training facility
  • And much more
The 13th and toughest hole on the course. It has been rated one of the best holes in the metroplitan area.

The Team

The Seawane Club wouldn’t be what it is today without the outstanding team members who dedicate themselves to the comfort, needs, and relaxation of the facility’s guests. Learn more about The Seawane Team.

What's Happening

In proximity to one of the world’s greatest cities but far removed from its hectic pace, life around The Seawane Club is the perfect atmosphere for those who want to enjoy peace and quiet without sacrificing the benefits of neighboring New York City. As an ode to New York, every year the club hosts The Richardson Memorial, an event that honors the late William D. Richardson, a reporter for the New York Times from 1921 to 1957. Learn about current and future events at The Seawane Club.

Moving Ahead

Today, The Seawane Club has hundreds of members including families who have belonged for decades and who will pass this luxury down to future generations.

For more information about The Seawane Club, membership, or answers to general questions about the facility, please contact us.